2020 election problems continue to be exposed. This article is about Arizona.
AT LEAST 5,600 FEDERAL-ONLY BALLOTS CAST IN ARIZONA 2020 ELECTION WITHOUT US CITIZENSHIP PROOF
Arizona is “one of the only states to have bifurcated elections,” said former Arizona Assistant Attorney General Jennifer Wright.
Natalia Mittelstadt • December 9, 2023 • Subscribe Just The News
More than 5,600 federal-only ballots were cast in the 2020 presidential election in Arizona, without proof of U.S. citizenship required by the voters who cast them, according to data from the state’s counties.
Arizona is a state with the unusual situation of bifurcated elections, in which residents who provide proof of U.S. citizenship can vote in all elections while the others may vote only in federal elections, resulting in ballots cast by voters who haven’t proven their U.S. citizenship.
Arizona law requires residents registering to vote in the state to provide proof of U.S. citizenship.
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